Who we are

Power Shift Network
350.org
350.org Hawaii
350Brooklyn.org
350BucksCountyPA
350Eugene
350Kishwaukee (IL)
350PDX
350Sandpoint.org
Alexandria 350
Athens County Fracking Action Network (ACFAN
Berks Gas Truth
Bold Alliance
Bold Louisiana
Camp White Pine
Center for Sustainable Economy
Chesapeake Climate Action Network
Climate Action Southeast Iowa
ClimateTruth.org
Coalition for Oklahoma’s Renewable Energy
Columbia Gorge Climate Action Network
Dakota Rural Action
Earth Action, Inc.
Food & Water Watch
Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station
Friends For Environmental Justice
Friends of Buckingham (Virginia)
FRRACS
Greenpeace US
Honor the Earth
Idle No More SF Bay
Indigenous Environmental Network
KY Student Environmental Coalition
L’eau Est La Vie Camp & Bold Louisiana
Natural Resources Defense Council
New Jersey Sierra Club
NoPlainsPipeline
North Louisiana for Earth and Water Justice
Ohio River Citizens’ Alliance
Oil & Water Don’t Mix
Oil Change International
PAUSE – People of Albany United for Safe Energy 350.org affiliate
Rogue Climate/No LNG Exports Statewide Coalition
Rogue Riverkeeper
Safe Energy Now! North County
Seeding Sovereignty
Sierra Club
SOIL (Save our Illinois Land)
South Coast Neighbors United
Southwest Native Cultures
Stop Line 3
Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline
Sugar Shack Alliance
Sunrise Movement
Sustainable Energy & Economy Network
The Natural History Museum
WildEarth Guardians
Young Peoples Action Coalition
350 Asheville
350 Central Virginia
350 Conejo / San Fernando Valley
350 Everett
350 Fairfax
350 Indiana-Calumet
350 Loudoun
350 Louisiana – New Orleans
350 Montana
350 Pensacola
350 Philadelphia
350 SE Michigan
350 Seattle
350 Spokane
350 Triangle
350-Madison

Contact Us

Email us at
fossilfuelresistance@
gmail.com

This map has been built by and for the local groups fighting oil and gas projects in their communities. It began with the desire to visualize the enormous strength and diversity of the pipeline resistance movement. While each fight relies on the passion and leadership of local organizing, we wanted to illustrate that these aren’t isolated fights, but a groundswell of steadfast and widespread resistance across the continent. Together, we are big enough and bold enough to break down the power of the fossil fuel industry, and build the future we want — one that is rooted in dignity for our communities, stability for our climate, and respect for the ecosystems we live in.

The website itself was created through a collaboration between the Power Shift Network and 350.org as a way of providing resources and national support to the real leaders in this work, in the hopes that this will be a resource to help organizers find their allies, and for new folks to find ways to plug in where they’re needed most.

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